drivers, who didn't want to give their name, confirms that hostility. >> ( translated ): the lebanese people are maxed out more than the syrians now. the lebanese people are living in their country which is only 4,500 square miles, i don't mind, anyone that got persecuted over there and came here to stay safe, i don't mind, but for them to interfere with my interests, i'm not going to accept that. >> ( translated ): the refugees here are suffering a lot, and the lebanese people are harassing them a lot, frankly. in the past, to rent a house the standard was about $200. today, since we have refugees, they are taking $800 to $900. the landlords are using the people. >> reporter: in addition to struggling to house and care for the refugee population, there's growing concern that the ongoing conflict and the wave of refugees could upset a delicate balance in lebanon-- a country comprising sunni and shia muslims, maronite and greek orthodox christians, druze and others.